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100 years and counting

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Ma Johnson’s Hotel (McCarthy, Alaska)

Built 100 years before this photo was taken, Ma Johnson’s Hotel is where we stayed last month for a night. Interesting, to say the least.

I’m currently reading Cold Mountain Path, a book I highly recommend BEFORE (or during) a trip to McCarthy or Cordova.

Free Courtyard of Poznan City Hall

poznan city hall panorama

5-photo photomerge of Wolny Dziedziniec Urzędu Miasta Poznania

Bazylika kolegiacka Matki Bożej Nieustającej Pomocy, św. Marii Magdaleny i św. Stanisława Biskupa

Sign featuring WW2 bombing of Poznan, Poland photos

Wieża Ratuszowa

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Krakow, Poland

Prague before the dawn

Prague's Old Town Square before 7 a.m.

Oldest traditional wooden black church of the Faroe Islands

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Hvalvík, Faroe Islands (July 2021)

from Wikipedia:
“The Church in Hvalvík is a traditional wooden church dating from 1829, built because the old Church from 1700 was ruined in a storm. It is the third oldest Church in the Faroe Islands, though the oldest of the traditional wooden black churches. The Church is built with wood bought from a ship that ran aground in Saksun in 1828. The architecture is typically Faroese, with no stone foundations. The pulpit dates back to 1609 and was originally in the Church in Tórshavn.

The famous Bishop Alexander was raised in Hvalvík, in a place called Frammi við Kráir. Legend has it, that he was the first to import knives and forks.

The Church was featured on Faroese stamps issued in 1997.”

Egeskov Castle

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Egeskov Castle (Denmark)